Sundays in Boston Are Better When You Brunch at Bastille Kitchen

Bostonians can enjoy French morning classics every Sunday at Bastille Kitchen
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Rachel Cossar

Enjoy small bites or big helpings at Bastille Kitchen’s Sunday brunch.

One of the hot spots drawing in the crowds in Boston’s Fort Point neighborhood is Bastille Kitchen. A French concept in a beautiful space, Bastille is known for delicious dining, solid cocktails, and a hopping night scene, especially in their downstairs Chalet space.

Recently, they added brunch to their weekly offerings and now guests can enjoy Bastille by day on Sundays from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Experience the spacious interior with the sun streaming in through the windows, the exposed brick, and warm wooden accents providing the coziest of atmospheres — a perfect setting to indulge in some of their brunch specials.

Favorites on the menu include their bowl of berries with Vermont creamery chevre and mint, fluffy pancakes, and glazed cinnamon and sugar mini croissants. For savory, egg-centric options, definitely do not miss their duck confit omelet or their pork belly croque madame. Both dishes exemplify Bastille’s inventive take on classic French dishes as well as their ability to treat eggs with due respect.

Oven-roasted tomatoes and potatoes are excellent sides to add on and of course, brunch isn’t complete without a boozy component. Choose from any of their craft cocktails, or go for a classic blood Mary made with their signature Bastille Bloody Blend.

Save room for dessert or finish with tea or coffee. Go in with a date or a group and you are sure to enjoy your Sunday morning with the delightful crew at Bastille Kitchen.

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